Precision engineering

reduce rooting time

Rotatable & Dimmable Propagation lighting

The Illumina-24 provides just the right amount of photons without stressing fragile seedlings and clones. 150-degrees of photon output combined with the 0-10V dimming feature you are able to balance the light intensity while aiming the photons to ensure an even blanket of light resulting in uniform rooting. The economical Illumina-24 will help you create a successful propagation environment.

Specgrade's P2 Spectrum

SpecGrade LED's P2 Spectrum

Our P2 spectrum is meticulously designed to provide what seedlings and clones need during this fragile stage of growth. High in the blues, it has also been shown to reduce the time spent in propagation. 



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Dimension48.27” X 1.75”
System Power24W
PPF>50 μmol/s
Efficacy>2.1 μmol/J (± 5%)

proven results

from professional growers


Our proprietary engineered printed circuit boards, together with highly engineered extruded aluminum heat sinking, is designed to conduct heat away from the plants. This 24-watt tube will provide what seedlings and clones need while adding negligible heat.

Our finely-tuned P2 spectrum provides a full spectrum with a boost to the blues for improved rooting. It has also been shown to reduce propagation time.

SpecGrade LED's P2 Spectrum

The Illumina was designed to the right amount of PAR without interfering with plant growth. It measures only 1.75” tall and 1.75” wide.

The Illumina tube has a 150° aim-able range to ensure the photons are directed exactly where you need it. 

SpecGrade offers our clients a Daisy-Chain Solution that significantly reduces the
cost of an electrical contractor dropping a wire for each grow light. Or, it can turn
the project into a time-saving do-it-yourself job.


Because we build each grow light to the highest standards we feel comfortable providing the 5-Year Warranty on both the LED boards and drivers.  View our warranty details here.SpecGrade LED's 5 Warranty

The Illumina qualifies for the Design Lights Consortium (DLC) certification, an independent third-party authorization that most utilities will commonly look to before considering any rebates to owners of indoor farming facilities. However, before putting a manufacturer on their Qualified Products List (QPL) they are required to meet a number of performance criteria.

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